Hello I've just started my 30 day trial of the CCPENSIEVE and I noticed both CAFE and EMERGENT
can you please explain why there are two?
Is there a way for me to store and retrieve custom goals? For example, in math I would like to make my own menu with goals like Fact Fluency, Place Value, and then my own strategies such as add-on, or doubles. For writing, I would like goals for drafting, revising, and editing, and then I could list strategies below that. I would like to make a drop down menu ,so that I do not have to type the goal or strategy each time. (I love using the CAFE menu!
Is there a way that the pensieve can show all students who currently are working on the same strategy, so that I can form a group to work on it?
My colleague shared the students who were in her class with me, but I can't figure out how to import them into my new class. Any help would be appreciated
I am seriously considering purchasing the online version of the ccpensieve. I have read the discussions and it sounds like a really great way to manage the Daily 5 and more. My concern is the posts were from a couple of years ago, so I am wondering what is currently going on. Has the interest faded? Or, is it so well designed that no one is having problems.
I have just started recording information for kids in strategy groups.
Is there a way to see the group and individual information together on the Keeping Track, Conferring and pdf printouts? I was hoping that:
I see on the calendar that there is a greyed out option for shared, group and other in the schedule a meeting section at the bottom. I would like to schedule my group meetings.
How can I do this?
Hope you can help!
How do you use the CC pensieve touchpoints?
When you add a new student to a class group, is the student automatically added to the teacher that you are sharing your class with?
I am trying to make sure I use “flexible grouping.” That being said, is there a way to edit (or move) students in and out of groups, and still keep the data from the group conferring for the group they moved out of? Last time I adjusted my groups, I just archived the old ones and created new groups. I do hate to keep doing that, though, as I would like to keep my groups fluid, and that makes it harder to look at the data for a child.
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